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Barry Jacobs On K And Dean


Regardless of who was on the sidelines, you can bet that, even now, Smith, like Krzyzewski, would stress that wins belong to players and teams, not coaches. “I really don’t like this business of counting coaches’ victories,” Smith said after UNC recorded the 700th win of his tenure in January 1991. “How can you say the coach won the game, anyway? It was all the players I’ve had the privilege to coach who won the games.” Smith was consistent in that message, as in many things. (Duke Basketball Report)


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